Invasive plants threaten all ecosystems from natural areas, managed forests, and agricultural production fields to the built landscape.

Once in a new environment, a plant may simply die. Or it may take hold and reproduce, but with little noticeable effect on its surroundings. But sometimes a new species spreads unimpeded, with devastating ecological or economic results.

An invasive species is a non-native species whose introduction does or is likely to cause economic or environmental harm or harm to human, animal, or plant health, and that do not provide an equivalent or greater benefit to society. (ISAC White Paper,  Executive Order 13112)

As environmental stewards we provide products and services that contribute to the quality of life at work, home, and play. Fundamentally, our operations incorporate sound science and sustainability in relation to environmental quality, economic vitality, and enhanced human health. Our purpose is to insure that decisions on the invasive plant issue are based on these foundations.

Mission: Heighten the awareness of the invasive plant issue through education. Promote responsible plant use to protect and enhance our natural and built environments.


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